Measurement and Testing
Product knowledge workshop offers free training on thermal flow meters and flow switches
Feb 26 2020 Read 409 Times
Registration is now open for the next free customer Product Knowledge Workshop to be held in San Marcos, California, on March 23-24, offering comprehensive product and in-depth applications training presented by the expert technical staff of Fluid Components International (FCI) on the installation and use of thermal flow meters, flow switches and level switches.
This new class will include the first live training for the innovative Wet Gas MASSter™ sensor option for the ST80 Series Flow Meter. FCI’s WG sensor delivers accurate, repeatable gas flow measurement in the presence of moisture and condensation droplets. It can be applied for use in entrained moisture and rain-shielding applications.
The WG sensor features a mechanical design to shunt moisture, condensation and water droplets away from the thermal flow sensor, thus maintaining accurate measurement while minimising errors that could result from a cooling effect on the sensor that might cause a spike or false high reading. It is ideal for applications with either moisture entrained in the gas (annular mist) or for protection against down the pipe rain in larger, vertical stacks.
Interest lists are now also being formed for future classes in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The classes, accommodations, refreshments and lunch are offered at no charge at FCI’s corporate office in San Marcos, California. Attendees provide their own transportation to FCI’s training facilities.
FCI’s products are requested by name in many of the world’s most demanding environments for flow instrumentation. They are recognised for their precision measurement accuracy and repeatability in harsh conditions, where their high performance ensures both end-product quality and operational safety.
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